Player Outlook
Davis still has the chance to start for the Jets this season with the addition of first-round rookie Garrett Wilson, but Davis is now likely third on the pecking order for targets behind Wilson and Elijah Moore. Davis should only be drafted with a late-round pick in the majority of leagues. We'll see if Zach Wilson can support three options in this passing game to make Garrett Wilson, Moore and Davis all Fantasy relevant, but we expect Davis to suffer the most. In his first year with the Jets in 2021, Davis struggled with injuries and inconsistent play. He missed eight games due to injury, including the final five outings with a groin problem, and he had only four games with at least 12 PPR points. He will likely have sporadic quality outings this year, but he is still worth drafting with a late-round flier in all leagues just to see what develops, even in a potentially reduced role behind Garrett Wilson and Moore.

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2021 34 492 14.47 4 0.00 717.9
2020 65 984 15.14 5 0.00 1269
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  • Jets' Corey Davis: Expects to bounce back

    Davis expects the Jets' passing game and his own production to take a big step forward in 2022, Jack Bell of the team's official site reports. Davis had a team-high 349 receiving yards through six games in 2021, but injuries derailed his season from there. The veteran wide receiver had surgery to repair groin and core muscle injuries, and Davis has subsequently dropped a few pounds in an effort to improve his speed and health. Per Connor Hughes of The Athletic, Davis weighed in at 205 pounds for Jets training camp, down from his listed playing wight of 209 pounds. Davis also said that he's willing to shift into the slot when called upon, adding further flexibility to a Jets receiving corps that has used premium draft picks on Elijah Moore and Garrett Wilson -- both of whom can play either inside or outside -- in the last two NFL drafts.
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  • Jets' Corey Davis: Joined by young field-stretcher

    Davis (groin) will be joined by rookie Garrett Wilson in New York's receiving corps, Rich Cimini of ESPN reports. The Jets selected Wilson 10th overall out of Ohio State. On paper, Wilson's skill set should mesh nicely with that of Davis, as Wilson's an undersized speedster who can stretch the field and allow Davis to use his 6-foot-3, 209-pound frame to establish position in single coverage on the other side of the field. As the veteran option in a young receiving corps that also includes Elijah Moore, Davis likely will be leaned on as a safety blanket for quarterback Zach Wilson, assuming Davis is recovered from the groin injury that ended his first season in New York.
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  • Jets' Corey Davis: Goes on IR

    Davis (groin) was placed on injured reserve Tuesday, Ethan Greenberg of the Jets' official site reports. Davis' move to IR was merely procedural after head coach Robert Saleh confirmed Monday that the wideout would require season-ending core-muscle surgery after aggravating a groin injury in Sunday's loss to the Eagles. The 26-year-old wraps up his first season with Gang Green with 34 receptions for 492 yards and four touchdowns over nine games.
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  • Jets' Corey Davis: Headed for season-ending surgery

    Jets head coach Robert Saleh said Monday that Davis will undergo season-ending core-muscle surgery. Davis lasted just 24 plays in Sunday's loss to the Eagles before checking out of the contest after aggravating the groin injury that previously sidelined him for the Week 12 win over the Texans. The core-muscle injury was more than likely related to the hip issue that also sidelined Davis for Weeks 8 and 9, so the Jets are seemingly hopeful that surgery will be able to address the matter once and for all. Signed to a three-year, $37.5 million contract this offseason with the hope that he would emerge as a bona fide No. 1 wideout for New York, Davis finishes his inaugural campaign with the Jets with 34 receptions for 492 yards and four touchdowns on 59 targets over nine appearances. According to Ian Rapoport of NFL Network, most core-muscle procedures carry 8-to-10-week recovery timelines, so Davis should be back at 100 percent -- or close to it -- for OTAs.
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  • Jets' Corey Davis: Exits Sunday's game

    Davis was forced out of Sunday's game against the Eagles after apparently aggravating his groin injury, Rich Cimini of ESPN.com reports. Prior to his exit from the contest, Davis -- who headed into the weekend listed as questionable with a groin injury-- caught two of his three targets for 15 yards. Next up for the Jets' targets in his absence are Elijah Moore, Jamison Crowder, Denzel Mims and Braxton Berrios.
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  • Jets' Corey Davis: In uniform Sunday

    Davis (groin) is listed as active for Sunday's game against the Eagles. After sitting out practice Wednesday and Thursday, Davis logged a limited session Friday, and he'll give it a go Sunday. That said, Rich Cimini of ESPN previously suggested that the wideout could potentially be limited to a degree in his return from a one-game absence. With that in mind, Davis who has averaged four catches on seven targets for 59.6 yards with four TDs in eight games, profiles as a hit-or-miss fantasy option in Week 13.
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  • Jets' Corey Davis: Questionable after limited practice

    Davis (groin) is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against Philadelphia after logging a limited practice Friday, Adam Caplan of SiriusXM NFL Radio reports. Davis was able to practice in some capacity for the first time this week after sitting out Wednesday and Thursday entirely. According to Rich Cimini of ESPN, Davis likely won't play more than a part-time role against the Eagles, if he's able to play at all. With Keelan Cole on the reserve/COVID-19 list, Denzel Mims could see extended playing time opposite Elijah Moore, with Jamison Crowder in the slot.
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  • Jets' Corey Davis: Returning to practice Friday

    Coach Robert Saleh said Davis (groin) will practice Friday. Davis was unable to practice Wednesday or Thursday, and Saleh also said the team is more optimistic regarding the wideout's outlook than last week, when he sat out versus the Texans. The 26-year-old's performance at Friday's session should dictate his status heading into the weekend.
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  • Jets' Corey Davis: Remains non-participant Thursday

    Davis (groin) remained sidelined at Thursday's practice, Rich Cimini of ESPN reports. Per Cimini, Davis divulged Wednesday that he sustained the groin injury in Week 11 against the Dolphins. He got in a pair of limited practices before ultimately sitting out the Jets' Week 12 win over Houston, and Davis is trending towards another absence, having missed each of the team's first two practices this week. If Davis fails to practice in any fashion Friday, he'll almost certainly sit out Sunday's game against the Eagles.
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  • Jets' Corey Davis: Not practicing Wednesday

    Davis (groin) won't practice Wednesday. Davis, who was inactive for this past Sunday's game against the Texans, has two more chances to practice in advance of this weekend's game against the Eagles. Meanwhile, fellow wideout Keelan Cole is on the reserve/COVID-19 list and is unlikely to be available versus Philadelphia.
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  • Jets' Corey Davis: Sidelined for Week 12

    Davis (groin) is inactive for Sunday's game against the Texans, Randy Lange of the Jets' official site reports. Davis will be in street clothes for the third time this season, an unsurprising development after the Jets downgraded him Saturday from questionable to doubtful in advance of the Week 12 contest. With Davis sidelined, rookie quarterback Zach Wilson will have Elijah Moore, Jamison Crowder and Keelan Cole available as his primary options at receiver in his return from a four-game absence due to a knee injury.
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  • Jets' Corey Davis: Now doubtful for Week 12

    The Jets have downgraded Davis (groin) to doubtful for Sunday's game against the Texans, Rich Cimini of ESPN.com reports. Davis had been listed as questionable after logging a limited practice Friday, but Saturday's downgrade suggests that the wideout is now trending toward missing Sunday's contest. Official confirmation of his Week 12 status will arrive upon the release of the Jets' inactives prior to the team's 1:00 ET kickoff, but if Davis is unavailable, Elijah Moore and Jamison Crowder would be in line to lead New York's wide receiver corps versus Houston, with Keelan Cole and Braxton Berrios also in the mix.
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  • Jets' Corey Davis: Listed as questionable, expected to play

    Davis (groin) is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Texans after returning to a limited practice Friday, Rich Cimini of ESPN.com reports. Per Cimini, Davis is expected to be available Sunday, a notion echoed by coach Robert Saleh, who indicated that the wideout should be "ready to roll" this weekend, per Ethan Greenberg of the Jets' official site. Either way, Davis' Week 12 availability will be confirmed prior to the early slate of games Sunday, with New York and Houston kicking off at 1:00 p.m. ET.  Assuming he's active, Davis, ascending young wideout Elijah Moore and Jamison Crowder are in line to serve as the top receiving options for QB Zach Wilson, who's set to play for the first time since Week 7.
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  • Jets' Corey Davis: Limited by groin injury

    Davis was listed as a limited participant in Wednesday's practice due to a groin injury, Connor Hughes of The Athletic reports. Per Hughes, Davis appeared to be shaken up during individual drills Wednesday. As a result, the wideout's status should be monitored in advance of Sunday's tilt against the Texans. Through eight games, Davis, who leads the Jets with 477 receiving yards, has scored four touchdowns, while averaging four catches and seven targets per contest.
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  • Jets' Corey Davis: Tops 90 yards in return

    Davis (hip) caught five of seven targets for 93 yards and lost a fumble in Sunday's 45-17 loss to the Bills. A silver lining for the Jets after this blowout loss is that Davis looked fine in his return after missing the previous two games due to a hip injury. He was the only Jet to top 50 receiving yards, and Davis has eclipsed 90 in three of his first seven games with New York. The 26-year-old wide receiver has 29 catches on 49 targets for 442 yards and four touchdowns heading into a Week 11 matchup with the Dolphins.
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  • Jets' Corey Davis: Ending two-game absence

    Davis (hip) is active for Sunday's game against the Bills, Brian Costello of the New York Post reports. He'll be making his return to the lineup after a two-game absence due the hip injury. Though Davis managed only one full practice this week, he was at least able to participate in a limited capacity Wednesday and Thursday, so the expectation is that he'll be able to take on a normal workload in his first game since Week 7. Davis will be catching passes from Mike White, who will make his third start of the season but his first with the Jets' No. 1 receiver available.
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  • Jets' Corey Davis: Questionable but should play

    Davis (hip) is listed as questionable but expected to play Sunday against the Bills, Rich Cimini of ESPN.com reports. Davis logged a full practice Friday after limited sessions Wednesday and Thursday, throwing further supporting evidence behind coach Robert Saleh's assertion that the Jets' top wide receiver is expected to make his return after a two-game absence. After being the only Jets wide receiver to find consistent success with rookie Zach Wilson under center, Davis will be catching passes from Mike White against the Bills, if the wideout indeed suits up.
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  • Jets' Corey Davis: Trending toward Week 10 return

    Coach Robert Saleh said Friday that Davis (hip) "looks good" to play Sunday against the Bills. Davis said he went "full throttle" in his return to practice earlier this week, and and it appears he's still on track to retake the field Sunday after missing the past two games with the hip issue. The 26-year-old's outlook for this weekend will receive additional clarity when the Jets release their official injury report later Friday.
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  • Jets' Corey Davis: Making progress

    Davis said Wednesday that his hip is feeling better and that he went "full throttle" in his return to practice, Brian Costello of the New York Post reports. That said, Davis, who has missed two straight games, was officially listed as a limited participant Wednesday. Barring any setbacks, Davis appears to be trending toward a return to action Sunday against the Bills, a game that will feature Mike White drawing another start at quarterback for the Jets in placed of the injured Zach Wilson (knee).
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  • Jets' Corey Davis: Limited in Wednesday's practice

    Davis (hip) will be limited in practice Wednesday, Ethan B. Greenberg of the Jets' official site reports. Head coach Robert Saleh said Monday that he expects Davis to be available Week 10, and the wideout's return to practice is a tangible step in the right direction. If Davis indeed is cleared to suit up versus Buffalo on Sunday, he'll likely be catching passes for Mike White (forearm), as the Jets seem content to give No. 1 quarterback Zach Wilson another week to heal up from a knee injury.
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